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DAILY COMMENT ON
Now that the school trustees have
surrendered to Judge Foell they
won't have to go to jail, BUT
They oughftoje made to stay in
after school for being so naughty.
Now council is asked to prohibit
Might as well make it include
cigars, pipes and all the rest. The
antis don't know the difference.
And, while we are about it, we
might as well regulate what people
eat and wear.
Got to have something to keep 're
Wonder if council could help any
by passing an ordinance prphibiting
folks fromjvearing corns on their
Besides we don't like the way s6me
people wear their hair. Likewise
piose school trustees missed a
goodrest,hy keeping'out of jail. And
besides; it would have done them
good. They would have learned
something about jails.
If Dean Sumner Were to put in
thirty days in jail he could come out
and preach some of the most power
ful sermons a preacher ever spouted.
Wonder if the Trib really wants
that army of 500,000 men for Mexico,
or to have it handy for the industrial
war. You never can tell.
The chief reason for having militia
is to hold labor's nose to the grind
stone. That investigation of Chicago's va
rious charitable and philanthropic or
ganizations indicates that a lot of
people are making a good living
sticking their noses into other peo
It does beat the band how we do
love to make the other fellow toe
the chalk mark;
And how we hate to have the other
fellow butting into OUR affairs.
We begin to understand that an
cient crack about charity beginning
PEOPLE AND THINGS
It must have some connection with
the excuse for some folks helping
themselves that one about the Lord
helping them that help themselves.
By alp means impeach Gov. Am
nions of Colorado and kick; him out
He is in big luck to escape trial for
the murder of women and children
"D'jever hear the story about " -
Corn on cob.
"Too much mustard." . .
- "When I was abroad last sum
"Plenty room up front"
"Wfe have with us,his"evening "
Mexico. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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- LOCATING THE THRILL
"I wish you would tell me, my boy,
what fun it can be to twirl a stone
tied to a string?".
"Why, the fun ain't in that. The
fun's in guessing whose window it'll
break when I let it fly."
The Colorado federation of wo
men's clubs has asked the state board,
of health to appoint a woman to the
next vacancy on that board.